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EYFS Teaching Assistant

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EYFS Support Assistant Needed for a Salford Primary School, Swinton, M27

  • Are you an experienced EYFS Teaching Assistant, who strives to raise pupil attainment?
  • Do you have sound EYFS knowledge?
  • Are you looking to further your career in education?

EYFS Support Assistant

Are you an experienced EYFS Teaching Assistant, who strives to raise pupil attainment? Teaching Personnel are currently seeking EYFS support assistants available from September who are looking to work in the Salford area to support pupils in the reception stage. Teaching Personnel offer competitive pay rates for support assistants, ranging from £49 to £65 a day for short-term assignments – longer term positions are negotiable.

Our client school in Salford has easy travel routes from the M62 and many local bus routes, making the school easily commutable – currently they are seeking am early years support assistant to work both one-to-one and with small groups on a full time basis from September.

Our client is a primary school with approx. 310 pupils on roll, and is a busy, friendly and popular school with a warm and welcoming ethos which is recognised by all who visit. Candidates that wish to apply must have Cache Level 2/3, BTEC in Childcare and an Early Years related qualification

Teaching Personnel work in partnership with a variety of leading, nationally recognised CPD providers, such as National Association of SEN, National Autistic Society, Rush Miskin, Team Teach, Educare, Creative Education, St Patrick’s RC High School and Leeds Trinity University. These partners deliver an extensive range of career developing opportunities to you, covering areas such as; Accredited Team Teach, Understanding and Supporting Children and Adults on the Autism Spectrum, An Introduction to Special Educational Needs and Disability, Effective Adult Learning Support, Implications for Challenging Behaviour, Meeting the Emotional, Social and Mental Health Needs of Children and Young People, Differentiation, Data Handling, Assessment for Learning, Planning for Progression, Prevent Duty, Read Write Inc. and Child Protection in Education.

Interested candidates should vontact the Manchester North Primary Branch on 0161 242 1790
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